Solo experimental musician as Agyzerax and ex-lead guitarist for the pagan thrash metal band Strzyga.
Music was at first a hobby, which over time became a passion. It's probably the best way to explore a whole different world for me.
Recognition and the availability to always evolve and learn in some way. I fear stagnation.
Tidying my room... But seriously, it's hard to tell. I wish people could see value and art in even the most basic, everyday things.
It's really hard to choose one, but perhaps a long-time favourite of mine - "Brighton Rock" by Queen. It's just flawless.
My no. 1 right now is Anthrax, with Belladonna, as well as Bush. And, of course, Turbin. Deep Purple is probably a close second, with many other rock classics I adore because they've helped shape my love for music.
Art. Life. Feelings.
I would say that it's "everything is art". I think creating stuff is the most important aspect of being a human. I almost never despise any music, even if I don't like it personally. Everything has some value.
Good. It's great to see people having fun while you're playing. It brings me a lot of joy.
Despite the fact that we're living in an Internet age, it's really hard for musicians and listeners to find ways of communication. Musicians struggle to find listeners, listeners struggle to find new music and often just go with whatever they can find.
I think it's the best social networking site for musicians I've found so far. The community is great!
Breaking strings... And little opportunity, but I think it had never been an easy task for an artist to showcase their works.
My local scene right now is for the most part non-existent. In many cases, the support is all about playing gigs with each other. Once I'm off the stage, I watch anybody else who comes on next.
Lots of persistence, mostly. And patience.
Strange Raven Sky, Anubis